Indie Crush of the Week: Noble Jacks

Having played at Glastonbury, Isle of Wight Festival, Bestival and Cambridge folk festival Noble Jacks are garnered as one of the country’s ‘good time’ bands and they are back with the release of their second album Stay Awake on the 29th March – a perfect alternative to take your mind off the Brexit gloom. Preceding the album, this Friday the duo are set to release ‘Rely On Love’ – a feel-good, upbeat track that marries classic rock percussion and guitar riffs with an almost folk-like melody.

Already hailed as heroes in their hometown of Sussex the band are set to take the rest of the nation by storm with their UK tour that follows their album launch gig at Brighton’s celebrated Concorde 2 – a gig that is already heading for a sell-out. First and foremost a rock band, the Brighton lads are a duo that resemble a folk band not in the musical sense, but in the way that they bring others together in both their engaging performances and their emphasis on locality that radiates a real love for their home county.

With their sing-along choruses, upbeat acoustic melodies and the lead guitar replaced by the fiddle in four of their album tracks, Noble Jacks are a treat for fans of the likes of Mumford and Sons and Ben Howard and are a band sure to provide us with all our good vibe needs this year!

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